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Amanda Rabski-McColl, LJI Reporter

Amanda Rabski-McColl, LJI Reporter

Amanda Rabski-McColl is a Diversity Reporter under the Local Journalism Initiative, which is funded by the Government of Canada

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Recent Work by Amanda

Miss World Canada's hidden talent? Sewing ribbon skirts

Miss World Canada's hidden talent? Sewing ribbon skirts

'I feel so uplifted afterward'
Hudson Bay peatlands 'just as important as the Amazon'

Hudson Bay peatlands 'just as important as the Amazon'

Conservationists, Indigenous leaders want input on Far North mining plans
Province still assessing where 17 new fire trucks for the north will go

Province still assessing where 17 new fire trucks for the north will go

First Nation communities are not eligible for the recent $35M announcement
Recount confirms Friday as grand chief-elect

Recount confirms Friday as grand chief-elect

While one vote changed in the process, the overall results stayed the same
Unique approach gives mining companies a path to reconciliation

Unique approach gives mining companies a path to reconciliation

'If you want to build more mines faster, support the renewal of Wabun’s resource revenue sharing agreement with the province,' says advisor
Sudbury's Go-Give partnering to help Timmins' vulnerable

Sudbury's Go-Give partnering to help Timmins' vulnerable

Organizer says there's been 'one-sided' conversations about community safety
Autobiography paints historic picture of Northern Ontario

Autobiography paints historic picture of Northern Ontario

Gordon Miller's new book focuses on the tragedy that shaped his younger years in Gogama
Investigation into fatal fire in Peawanuck ongoing

Investigation into fatal fire in Peawanuck ongoing

'Words cannot come close to describing the loss of such a young family member. Most of us can only imagine losing a child so bright and loving,' says Mushkegowuk Grand Chief
Support pouring in after fatal fire in Peawanuck

Support pouring in after fatal fire in Peawanuck

Minister says Indigenous Services Canada is available to help arrange supports for the family and community
'It's not just about my sister anymore,' says MMIWG activist

'It's not just about my sister anymore,' says MMIWG activist

Vanessa Brousseau, whose sister went missing in Timmins in 2003, is using her TikTok platform to raise awareness, connect with her culture
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